The discontinuation of many of the core Tohaa units have left more than a few Tohaa players fearing for their faction. The new Tohaa units are now an NA2 army which makes 100% sense in the overall plot of the Human Sphere, but from a customer perspective it makes it look like Tohaa are on the chopping block with no hope for the future. There have been losses of Sectorials in other armies. Sure they were painful (more so for some than others), but they never felt like their Faction was going away. Any of the other armies that have lost SKUs already had other Sectorials and a future direction. This blow to the Tohaa army could have been handled better even with the exact same results in the stores. All it would have taken was to give the Tohaa the Sectorial they always had all along. CB could have taken the current Tohaa army, stripped out a couple of the Mercs, and made it the Paradiso Diplomatic Force or Paradiso Expeditionary Corps or any other name they wanted to come up with. Shift the current AVAs into this type of Sectorial under Tohaa and then the new Vanilla Tohaa could be the mix of current Tohaa with lower AVAs and Spiral Corps. Leave the Triad available to the Vanilla army because it’s a Tohaa thing, but cut down on the things other factions hate about Tohaa. Makauls? AVA 2. Kaeltar? AVA 1. Gao-Rael? AVA 2. CB still has time to work on this. There is no reason Tohaa need the current AVAs in their Vanilla army with the additions of the Spiral Corps units. Creating this “Paradiso” Sectorial then gives them a Sectorial that actually makes sense to retire with the loss of the Daedalus Gate. Tohaa players would see this as less of an ending of their chosen faction and more of the closing of a chapter. Even with the loss of the gate there is no reason the Tohaa should appear to be done. There are still gates that lead to space with the Sygmaa, and there is no reason why there couldn’t be future rebel units coming from there. There even could be a Tohaa Sectorial with human support. Now that they are cut off from their home system some humans could decide to help them out and assist them with missions. Sure humans are assholes, but also see how fast humans turn into heroes when they see someone in need and jump in to help. There is still space for Tohaa to grow, even if it is slowly or in the distant future. Creating a little hope now might keep the Tohaa players around long enough to see it.